> Hi Alexandru,
> At 00:52 11-02-10, Alexandru Petrescu wrote:
>> I also wanted to ask: what does it mean "Code Components extracted
>> this document" present in the boilerplate, if there are no Code
>> Components in the document?
> You can read the Code Components list at http://trustee.ietf.org/license-info/archive/Code-Components-List-4-23-09.txt >
> Boilerplates are standard formulation and are used for uniformity.
> If there are no code components in a RFC, there won't be any code
> component to extract.
>> Is for example the name of some constant such as timer value,
>> to be used in a macro, or the value in the IANA table apply as Code
> If the Trust Legal Provisions are enforced for the IANA table, that
> defeats the purpose of having a IANA registry.
Can you describe your concerns here ? IANA did not complain about the
TLP, and to my recollection no one else
has brought this up.